Posts filed under: Financing Blog

Though medical factoring is not new, this alternative financing process is currently attracting many small business owners. There are advantages to this type of financing in healthcare and it’s helpful to be knowledgeable about the process. By learning about factoring...
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Owning commercial real estate comes with a certain amount of responsibility. When you own a multifamily property, for example, you need to commit to regular maintenance of the buildings in your care. This is especially true when the seasons change....
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If you’re thinking about launching your own startup, there are a lot of factors on your mind, such as the size of your potential customer base and the amount of capital you have to invest. However, a big part of...
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When you own a small business, it can be difficult to get the capital you need to grow. Margins may be tight, so you have to look elsewhere for extra cash. Unfortunately, traditional loans aren’t designed to meet the needs...
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Investment properties of all types present opportunities for commercial real estate investors in New York City. From single-unit rentals to industrial and office space, apartment complexes, storefronts, and more – the selection is wide open for investors at every level....
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For decades now, property investors have been trending toward “green” properties. High-end, environmentally-friendly buildings that are energy-efficient do much more than add equity value. Property investors understand that green properties attract younger and more affluent tenants who are willing to...
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The market for retail properties in Brooklyn has been showing some growth this year, which is attracting a number of local property investors. Yet in some corridors, rent prices are softening, which could potentially mean downward pressure on the retail...
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New York is rolling out a congestion pricing plan for Manhattan along with a transfer tax on commercial properties priced for sale at $2 million and above. NY congestion pricing is set to start at the end of 2020, giving...
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Since the recession a little over a decade ago, NY property investors have been trying to find ways to be more flexible with their offerings, and get the most out of their occupancy to maximize revenue. The result, which coincided...
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The economy is very strong right now, and commercial real estate investors are experiencing a lot of growth in various market segments. However, anyone who has been in this field for a decade or longer remembers all too well the...
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